Blue Blaster #18: "High Midnight"

10 Responses

  1. Because the good author would have to create a new villain/nemesis.

  2. Please, stop it, Aaron!

    • Will he? Should he?

      • 1. Don’t know.
        2. I think that yep. Because – never turn your back to alive enemy. I do understand reasons that shaped Sipher’s omnicidal philosophy to it’s present state – and those reasons are quite proper and, he has quite a logic in his motivation. But it is implied that Sypher doesn’t want to change – his philosophy was tested in this fight – and by his reactions it is apparent that he doesn’t have a self-correction or self-doubt – the main instruments to shaping oneself to properly accomodate to changes in outer world or to smoothen the graveness of mistakes when one’s model of the world is wrong. Thus, with a high probability, he will never change. If that so – he will always be a threat to BB and to all that is dear to BB. So if BB doesn’t finish him here and now – BB will likely have problems in the future + will likely loose someone dear to him.

        Ahh what a wall of words i wrote… I apoligize. Anyways i have a nagging feeling that BB won’t finish off Sipher. Just because! Sipher makes a good villain and due to laws of western comics he is bound to torment BB for eternity. It seems that BB is too civilized and idealistic to end this struggle. -_-

  3. FINISH HIM!

  4. I do believe it is time for..*gasp*…INTERRUPTION JUST BEFORE VILLAIN WOULD GET WHAT HE DESERVES!

    I have been right on the money about this couple of times already 😛

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